McMaster Manor is conveniently located directly on the historic Red Coat Trail, and is centrally located for day trips to both the natural and historical sights of southwestern Saskatchewan.

Area Attractions

Watch for deer from the front verandah and enjoy the beautifully landscaped grounds surrounding the house. A small orchard of various fruits complements the unique prairie setting nestled in the midst of organic farmland. Visit the small island offshore by row boat. Be lulled by the native song birds nesting in the bushes.

In 1876, the Sioux, having defeated General Custer at Little Big Horn, fled across the Medicine Line to escape reprisal and set up camp at nearby Wood Mountain. Thus Canada's first Peace Keeping mission was born under the leadership of James Walsh.

Take a tour...

Only 15 minutes away is Gravelbourg, one of only several French settlements established in Saskatchewan during the late 1800’s. The stunning murals of Gravelbourg’s Co-Cathedral are a must see.

St. Victor Petroglyphs and the Big Muddy Badlands - a former hideout of Butch Cassidy - are another day trip option for our guests.

The panorama of spectacular Grasslands National Park to the south is another surprising contrast to the grain fields of this province.

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